Many role-playing games, dating back to Dungeons & Dragons and before, feature a class whose specialty is keeping everyone healthy and safe…but not like else healers. Alternatively, while some amount of traditional treatment may apply, it is more about polishing the team, eliminating the enemy, and tilting all odds in the party’s favour.
With its wealth of different classes to choose from, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 He managed to find space for this particular archetype through the strategos class and accompanying hero Isword. As with all of our unique chapter guides, we’ll go through the basics of the chapter, some tips for success, and then what you need to do in order to unlock it.
What is a strategos class?
As the above screenshot indicates, The Strategos chapter is all about weakening enemies, activating allies, and doing so against the background of a wizard. There are all kinds of comparisons one can make with other RPGs; We’ll go with the semi-random example of the saboteur from Final Fantasy 13. But then again, the idea of half-wizard and half-weaker has been around forever.
Why do we keep saying that? Well, it’s nice to see the Xenoblade Chronicles series take on the archetype, especially when the main cast of six players could be joined by a seventh hero. We are not saying that the best way to play strategies is to stick to their original user, but Having an Isurd in this specialized role while keeping the Big Six in their general settings could be the most effective strategy against enemies with high resistance.
It may come as no surprise that strategy classes’ skills center around extending the counter on buffs and debuffs. maneuver drain Extends enemy descent time by 150%; maneuverability strengthening It works the same way, except for buffs and allies. Regenerative fields, linkage status, and other supporting fare contribute to the effects of talent art.
Sometimes the best possible class heirs to Xenoblade 3’s features have an unpredictable touch. Sometimes, they are as clear as crystal. In the case of Strategos, it is certainly the latter; Taeyeon and yoniBeing therapists, they are excellent choices. There is nothing in the class that defies expectations in this regard.
How to open a strategos chapter
isword quest, unwavering resolve‘, available at the fourth chapter From Chronicles of Xenoblade 3. Remarkably, this is the guy you’ve seen earlier, through memories of Taion. Their Connection Now… Well, tension often isn’t enough to describe how people tend to interact with Ouroboros, but it’s as good a word as any.
In the region of Pentelas, go to the lambda colony. Chat with Isurd. If you open up this important conversation, you are at the right point in the game for this to happen. head for three mineaccording to the game’s helpful user interface guidelines.
Your first objective will be to rescue some people who are trapped in the mine. This does require some kind of dungeon diving, but it’s not too bad. Follow the plan, and fight the enemies on the way. Keep at it, and follow the goals until the big battle with the Levnises. Your enemy is at level 29; The odds are good, you’re north of that mark if you’ve been walking around a lot in the game, but if you haven’t, and you’re either at that level or south of it, just stick to your basics, and you’ll be fine.
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